Norweigan Bitcoin Millionaire Jumps From Balcony to Flee Armed Burglar
Marie Huillet's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 55%
The case of an attempted robbery that ended with a cryptocurrency multimillionaire jumping from his second-floor balcony will be heard in Norweigan courts next month. Local broadcaster TV 2 reported on Sept. 8 that the victim was an individual in his 40s who had been in the public spotlight for having made his 100 million NOK fortune through his ten-year involvement in the crypto space.
The would-be robber is reported to have entered the victim's housing block and rang directly at his private apartment. When he opened the door, the victim was allegedly confronted with the barrel of the suspect's shotgun. Not a single shot was fired as the victim managed to escape, throwing himself from his balcony onto the street below.
While details of the victim's professional life are not reported, he is said to be the general manager and owner of the board at an unnamed business in the cryptocurrency sector. As reported earlier this month, five men in the Indian state of Kerala were recently arrested for allegedly torturing the head of a failed $62.5 million Bitcoin investment scheme to death.
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